July 18, 2017
pokemon go

Philadelphia Libraries Pair Up With Pokemon Go

If you are reading this, you almost certainly have heard about Pokemon Go, the hot mobile game that encourages players (called “trainers”) to get outside and explore as they catch new Pokemon, hatch eggs, and fight battles at local gyms. As of this month it’s been a year since PoGo launched, and several events have been planned both inside the […]
July 17, 2017

Just Reduced: 901 N Penn St Unit #F306, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Just Reduced: $344,900 Enjoy the spectacular views, urban serenity and luxurious lifestyle offered by Philadelphia’s premier waterfront community—Waterfront Square. This 1 bed + den/2 full bath unit with NORTHWEST exposure (CITY VIEW) at the Reef tower features the LARGEST 1 BEDROOM + DEN FLOORPLAN Waterfront Square has to offer, coming in at just under 1250 sq feet. Also, this unit […]
July 17, 2017

Just Sold: 1431 N 5th St Unit #1, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Just Sold: $320,000 CHECK OUT THE MASSIVE SHARED ROOF DECK WITH FULL CITY VIEWS! GREAT LOCATION!! 10 YEAR TAX ABATEMENT! JUST A SHORT WALK TO ALL OF THE GREAT DINING AND ENTERTAINMENT FISHTOWN HAS TO OFFER ON FRANKFORD AVE AND FRONT STREET! Conveniently located near the MARKET FRANKFORD LINE so traveling downtown is a breeze! This EXTREMELY SPACIOUS 3 bedroom, […]
July 17, 2017
world emoji day

Philadelphia Gets in the Smiley Spirit for World Emoji Day

What would our communication be like without emojis? Would we even know how to communicate anymore? These iconic pixel creations, which express everything from feelings to location to national pride, are in our texts, our Facebook and Instagram comments, and in our Messenger conversations. July 17th is considered to be World Emoji Day because the “calendar” emoji shows a default […]
July 14, 2017
soda tax

Michael Bloomberg Comes Out in Support of Soda Tax

As the ongoing legal battle over Philadelphia’s contentious soda tax continue to inundate the newspapers and airwaves of the City of Brotherly Love, a new voice has come out in support of the tax: former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg is putting his (ample) money where his mouth is when it comes to his feelings about the levy, […]
July 13, 2017
hugging

Philadelphia Man Tours Country on Hugging Spree

Before I get started: yes, you read that headline correctly. According to the Houston Chronicle, David “Big Dave” Sylvester is touring the continental United States giving out free hugs to anyone who wants them. He does high-fives as well. The Chronicle refers to Sylvester as a “serial hugger,” which makes the whole thing sound way creepier than it actually is. […]
July 12, 2017
first lady Michelle Obama

Former First Lady Michelle Obama Coming to Philly This Fall

Philadelphia is known for drawing notable visitors. The latest luminary to grace the City of Brotherly Love is former first lady Michelle Obama, who will arrive in Philly this fall. Mrs. Obama will be speaking as part of the Pennsylvania Conference of Women. The conference, held at the Philadelphia Convention Center, will draw an expected crowd of over 10,000 people. […]
July 11, 2017

Just Listed For Rent: 1430 W Porter St Unit #1, Philadelphia, PA 19145

Just Listed For Rent: $950/month Recently renovated 1 bed, 1 bath BI-LEVEL apartment in prime South Philly location! Located on the first floor this unit features large living room, nice kitchen & washer/dryer in unit. Unit has private rear patio and basement storage! Hardwood floors throughout the common areas and carpet in bedrooms! First last & security due at lease […]
July 11, 2017

Just Reduced: 901 N Penn St Unit #F306, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Just Reduced: $355,000 Enjoy the spectacular views, urban serenity and luxurious lifestyle offered by Philadelphia’s premier waterfront community—Waterfront Square. This 1 bed + den/2 full bath unit with NORTHWEST exposure (CITY VIEW) at the Reef tower features the LARGEST 1 BEDROOM + DEN FLOOR PLAN Waterfront Square has to offer, coming in at just under 1250 sq feet. Also, this […]
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